Tash Peterson, a vegan activist and OnlyFans star, has called internet detractors “disgusting” after her most recent risqué stunt got more comments condemning animal cruelty than her body.
Earlier this week, Ms. Peterson joined forces with activists Stefania Ferrario and Adriana Lava to organise a lingerie-clad protest march outside David Jones in Melbourne’s Bourke St Mall.
Animals are unable to choose, but you are. One of their signs read, “Go Vegan!”
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Ms. Peterson expressed dismay that numerous comments on her blogs criticised her appearance rather than the vegan lifestyle.
She informed her almost 20,000 Instagram followers in an Instagram story, “The number of terrible messages and comments I have got over these photographs is unbelievable.”
I wanted to share, but it keeps being pulled off.
She said the remarks were quite insulting, but she was pleased that attention was being paid to her concerns.
She stated, “I got comments stating I had a penis, looked like a drag, was ugly, had no form, was a whore, etc.”
“I appreciate you for that; keep being obsessed!” Even if they are not insults directed at me, they may cause harm to others.
Ms. Peterson said Melburnians were “more sensitive” to her vegan advocacy than West Australians, where she often encountered significant resistance, after another topless demonstration in July in which she and two other supporters disrobed to their naked underpants.
“I gauge my own success by the number of enemies I have because that simply proves I’m speaking to the correct audience,” the speaker said. People won’t change overnight, she said.
Since moving to Melbourne from Perth in July, Ms. Peterson has staged a number of disruptive protests; this one being the most recent.
She and her boyfriend, Jack Higgs, relocated to Melbourne after she and her scandalous pranks, which included stripping off in fast food restaurants, supermarkets, football games, and high-end designer businesses, resulted in her being barred from all licenced venues in Western Australia.
She has previously been fined several times and referred to by politicians and police as “Australia’s greatest pest.”